Gifts | Novelties

Native America Today does not merchandise gifts, nor receives compensation for sharing the below links. The entities are established and reputable enterprises, however, NAT is not liable in the event of customer disputes.

The Polynesian cultural center’s shares in its mission statement. The Polynesian cultural center was created to support education by sharing with the world the cultures, diversity, and spirit of the nations of Polynesia. They strive to preserve and portray the cultures, arts, and crafts of Polynesia, contribute to the educational development and growth of all people at Brigham Young University-Hawaii and the Polynesian Cultural Center, and demonstrate and radiate a spirit of love and service which will contribute to the betterment, uplifting and blessing of all who visit.

Hilo Hattie

Along with their online store, Hilo Hattie has locations on Oahu, Maui, Kona, and Kauai, where locals and visitors alike can enjoy a wonderful and wide assortment of Hawaiian fashions, gifts, souvenirs, t-shirts, home & beach accessories, beauty products, gourmet foods and stunning island jewelry. Founded in 1963, Hilo Hattie has grown to become Hawaii’s largest retailer, manufacturer and wholesaler of Hawaiian fashions and gifts. Voted by Hawaii's residents as "The Best Place for Hawaiian Fashions" for the past 10 years, Hilo Hattie guarantees shoppers the best values, largest selection of Made-in-Hawaii gifts and a 100% quality guarantee on thousands of Hawaiian products.

Island Gifts

Island Gifts was launched in 1988 by a native of the Islands and a leader in the Hawaii Hospitality Industry. Island Gifts has distinguished itself in the presentation of quality Hawaiian gift products that are just as beautiful on the outside through unique island packaging as they are on the inside.

Nā Mea Hawaiʻi

Nā Mea Hawaiʻi is a place with pride and respect for Hawaiians and Hawaiian culture and aims to share the language and traditions with those who are interested in learning. This is accomplished through the sales and distribution of books and educational materials focused primarily on Hawai’i and by selling the island made goods of local producers, farmers, small businesses, and makers. Through the examples set–in the way we conduct business and in the way we work we work with one another– Nā Mea Hawaiʻi creates a business environment of collaborative and shared effort and concern for one another and the community.

Indian Store

This store has been in business since 1985 and has a large retail space as well as selling their products through their website. If you are looking for something in particular and don’t find it on their website, you can call and they can try to locate the product for you.

Native Reflections

Native Reflections releases a new print catalogue annually, known to be the largest in Indian Country. Online a variety of Native American-themed products are offered including office supplies, posters, DVDs, books, games, craft and music supplies and more.

Cameron Trading Post

This trading post has evolved from a an old shack on the edge of the Little Colorado River Gorge in 1916 to one of the area’s largest offering of Native American art and Southwest décor. They boast a large selection of hand made jewelry and authentic Native American pottery representing various tribes.

Native American Artists

This is a juried collection of works from Native American artists. In their Art Gallery Listings, a bio from each artist is available with creative expressions.

Blue Rain Gallery of Native American Art

Located in Taos, New Mexico, the Blue Rain Gallery promotes the work of young artists who represent their Native American cultures. Includes artist profiles, galleries, a printshop, and an online auction house.

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Indian Arts & Crafts Association

The Indian Arts and Crafts Association (IACA) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1974 to support the ethical promotion and protection of authentic Native American art and culture. IACA works to stop fraud and abuse within the market for Indian art through education, publicity, authentication and use of our logo to indicate certified ethical businesses. IACA sponsors the largest wholesale trade shows of handmade Indian art in the world twice a year. Members include Native American artists, wholesale and retail dealers, museums, collectors and others who support the goals of the organization. IACA supports and works for the protection of indigenous art worldwide.

Sante Fe Indian Market

For nearly 100 years, the Santa Fe Indian Market has remained the largest Indian arts market event in the country. The event is held every August and features the works of over 1,000 artists.

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